Yes, yes; I was then young, and new to the sight of blood; and not relishing the thought that creatures who had spirits like myself should lay on the naked ground, to be torn asunder by beasts, or to bleach in the rains, I buried the dead with my own hands, under that very little hillock
where you have placed yourselves; and no bad seat does it make neither, though it be raised by the bones of mortal men.
But there were so many hillocks
and banks to climb and pass, that, at length, I began to be weary, and told her we must halt, and retrace our steps.
At last I sat down on the summit of the hillock
, and watched this strange incredible company of blind things groping to and fro, and making uncanny noises to each other, as the glare of the fire beat on them.
It was a slender and light clad little boy, who leaned his face upon a hillock
of fresh-turned and half-frozen earth, and wailed bitterly, yet in a suppressed tone, as if his grief might receive the punishment of crime.
He sprang through the top of a pine that had fallen near the side of the hut, and ascended a small hillock
that sheltered the cabin to the south, where he caught a glimpse of the formal figure of Hiram Doolittle, as it vanished, with unusual rapidity for the architect, amid the bushes.
Thus Chanticleer was left alone with his dead Partlet; and having dug a grave for her, he laid her in it, and made a little hillock
Directly the assuring and prosaic light of the world's active hours had grown strong she crept from under her hillock
of leaves, and looked around boldly.
In every landscape the point of astonishment is the meeting of the sky and the earth, and that is seen from the first hillock
as well as from the top of the Alleghanies.
There was not a variation in the surface of the soil, not a hillock
of sand, not a pebble, to relieve the gaze.
Before we lay down, Umbopa pointed out to us a slight and indistinct hillock
on the flat surface of the plain about eight miles away.
Close beside it one descried the quadrilateral enclosure of the fair of Saint- Germain, where the market is situated to-day; then the abbot's pillory, a pretty little round tower, well capped with a leaden cone; the brickyard was further on, and the Rue du Four, which led to the common bakehouse, and the mill on its hillock
, and the lazar house, a tiny house, isolated and half seen.
Porthos applied his eye to the slit, and saw at the summit of a hillock
a dozen horsemen urging on their horses in the track of the dogs, shouting, "
Twice they had attempted to attack this point, but on each occasion had been driven back by grapeshot from the four isolated guns on the hillock
With these sentences and the pauses that came between them they reached a little hillock
, on the top of which grew several slim trees.
They found only one hillock
with a stream at its base, so that Hook had no choice; here he must establish himself and wait for just before the dawn.